Hi! I’m Lauren Piccini,

When I first imagined the girl on top of the world, I saw her as the ultimate epitome of perfection– she had no drama in her life, she never second guessed herself, she made all of the right decisions, she had the perfect relationship with the perfect guy, tons of money in the bank and everything just went right for her, all the time– I mean this chick never struggled.

And that’s what I strove for– a life without struggle. Anytime something happened (like any sort of crisis whatsoever), I’d shove it under the surface, act unbothered, put my lipstick on and call it a day.

I never stopped to question why I kept finding myself in jobs with abusive bosses or in relationships with men who saw me as disposable or why I made more than enough money but had nothing to show for it– I just kept going.

About a year ago, I realized how exhausted I was.

Exhausted from pretending to be someone I wasn’t.

Exhausted from trying to prove I wasn’t weak.

Exhausted from trying to prove that I made it, all on my own, without help from anyone else.

Exhausted from trying to prove I can handle all the things.

Exhausted from chasing a dream life that is totally unrealistic and unhealthy.

It wasn’t until recently that I really recognized that my true power is in my imperfections– my mistakes, my “bad” decisions, my pain, my struggles and my suffering. I finally owned every part of me that I hid away and prayed no one would ever see and I shed so much light on them that they are now the source of my power, my inspiration and my happiness.

The girl on top of the world is a woman who owns and supports all parts of herself, someone who is proud of her imperfections and in return, creates a safe space for other women to free themselves from the parts of themselves they’ve kept hiding in a locked box.

My business was created to show that this transformation is available for every woman—regardless of where she is right now. The girl on top of the world is already inside every single one of you but it’s up to YOU to unleash her.

Lots of love,

Lauren